How to apply
1 - Remove the cap from the bottle and securely attach the pump, then turn the pump counter clockwise to unlock the nozzle. (For the first use, hold a cup under the nozzle and pump several times until the HI-FLOAT comes out.)
2 - Slide the balloon onto the nozzle until the balloon opening reaches the base of the nozzle.
3 - For an 11-inch balloon depress the pump fully. For other sized balloons, consult the table below to determine how much HI-FLOAT to add.
Balloon Size Press Down Pump
9 inches -> Halfway
11 inches -> 1 time
14 inches -> 2 times
16 inches -> 3 times
4 - Pinch the balloon as it is removed, cleaning off the pump nozzle and keeping HI-FLOAT out of the neck of the balloon. Keeping HI-FLOAT out of the neck of the balloon will make it easier to handle and tie.
5 - Rub the balloon for a couple of seconds to spread the HI-FLOAT inside the balloon. While rubbing, elevate the opening to allow air to escape and to prevent liquid from entering the neck of the balloon.
6 - Inflate the balloon until it is almost pear-shaped. Hand-tie the balloon. It should float upright. Underinflated balloons will not float upright and may lean to one side. Fully inflated balloons float straight up.
It takes a few hours after inflation for the ULTRA HI-FLOAT to dry enough so that it will not splatter if the balloon bursts. Although it is not toxic, wet, splattered ULTRA HI-FLOAT is sticky and could damage furniture or surfaces such as walls. Inflate the balloons and keep them away from such surfaces for the first few hours after inflation. If this is not possible, cover the immediate area with drop-cloths.